Accounting training can help launch a new career in a number of industries
Calgary, AB - January 17, 2010 - Accounting is currently one of the fastest growing industries. Every company needs employees that specialize in account receivables/payables, auditing, and payroll/benefits managing, so business accounting training is an investment that is sure to pay off.
To enter this competitive field, students must be prepared and understand the accounting process. By enrolling in an accounting training program, students will gain leverage over their competition and will learn bookkeeping, bank reconciliations, employment insurance, income tax, pensions, accounting software as well as basic administrative skills.
Some of the more significant skills students will develop by taking accounting courses are:
Spreadsheets - Students will specifically learn how to use Microsoft Excel functions including but not limited to formatting, drawing tools, pivot tables, data tools, databases, cell formatting, and customizing charts.
Bookkeeping/Accounting - Accounting courses will touch on computerized accounting including journals and ledgers, income statements, cash inflow and outflow charts, balance sheets, debits and credits, assets, liabilities, equities, and preparing year-end financial statements.
Payroll - By enrolling in an accounting program, students will learn the intricacies of federal and provincial legislation to payroll laws including Canada's Pension Plan program, The Employment Insurance Act, The Income Tax Act, Employment Standards legislation, and Worker's Compensation Acts.
Upon graduation, students will have adapted a well-rounded understanding of the accounting cycle including the inflow and outflow of cash in an organization.
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